Farhadian is a performer/composer and interdisciplinary artist based in the San
Francisco Bay Area. Her projects include solo violin and interactive
electronics, improvisation, laptop performance, sound art, and video.
Thea’s work has been shown
internationally at venues such as the Meridian Gallery and Royce Gallery in San
Francisco; Galerie Mario Mazzoli, Sowieso, and Quiet Cue in Berlin; the Center
for Experimental Art in Yerevan, Armenia; the Issue Project Room and Alternative
Museum in New York City, and the International Women’s Electroacoustic Listening
Room Project in Amsterdam and Los Angeles.
She received her Master of
Arts in Interdisciplinary Arts from San Francisco State and her Master of Fine
Arts in Electronic Music from Mills College. In 2009, she was a lecturer in the
Art Department at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Thea has presented
her work in conferences and universities in the US and abroad.